No HDR involved ,just a quick snapshot of a wonderful place.
A more typical hdr shot
photo ian sweet
No slur intended John. I like the shot.
Why the abhorrence at the mention of HDR Slioch? It can be a useful tool if used subtly.
Don't get me wrong, I quite like some HDR shots, and have done some myself. It's just that too many of them have an entirely unnatural, oversaturated overdosed on caffeine look about them, that I for one don't really take to.
I have the same problem with digital compacts which offer a "vivid colour" option: again, the result just looks.... artificial.
Which is not to say that HDR etc don't have a valid artistic role to play, just not an obvious one I submit, in landscape photography,.
All points taken and understood.
Some can be overdone.
Van Gogh must have been on the same stuff.....
Your right Mike i always have a polarisor attached one for the effect and two to protect the lens.
I also use grey grads as well.
I did always used to use velvia ,and thats the look that appeals to me i agree its not to everyones taste .
You take photographs you like for yourself and if other people enjoy them then thats a bonus and much appreciated it is.
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